Amundi Evian Championship 2024: Who is in the field?

Today’s Golfer takes a look at the players contending for the fourth major of the women’s golf calendar, the 2024 Amundi Evian Championship.

Taking place from 11th-14th July in southeastern France, the Amundi Evian Championship will attract the world’s best to battle it out for a major title.

Now, how do the players qualify for this French escapade? It’s not just a matter of packing your golf clubs and saying, “Bonjour!” to the tournament officials. There are seven different routes to qualifying for the Amundi Evian Championship, and competing for a share of the $8 million purse:

  • Previous Evian Championship winners: Any past winner earns automatic exemption into the tournament.
  • Major winners: Any golfer who’s won a major in the last five years gets an invitation.
  • Top 50 in the World: The top 50 ladies in the Rolex World Golf Rankings qualify automatically.
  • LPGA Tour victories: Winners from every LPGA Tour event in the year leading up to the Evian Championship will be invited.
  • Qualifying tournaments: Some spots are reserved for those who battle it out in specific qualifying tournaments leading up to the major.
  • Top finishers: Certain players from other major tournaments and high-ranking circuits (like the LET – Ladies European Tour) get the nod to compete, such as players that finished in the top-10 at the previous year’s Evian Championship.
  • Special invitations: The tournament committee has a few wildcard entries up their sleeves for promising talent or special cases.

2023 Champion Celine Boutier will be looking to defend her title on home soil, but there’s no sign of Lexi Thompson in the field. Thompson announced her retirement from professional golf earlier this year, so it remains to be seen whether she’ll tee it up at The Evian Resort this year.

Brooke Henderson will be looking to regain the trophy after missing out in 2023.

Brooke Henderson will be looking to regain the trophy after her 2022 win, and 2023 second-place finish, with recent major champion Amy Yang aiming to add another major title to her name.

2024 US Women’s Open champion Yuka Saso will also be looking to land a second major this year, but Chevron Champion Nelly Korda’s appearance will depend on her recovery from a dog bite, after she was forced to pull out of the Aramco Series event in London last week.

2024 Amundi Evian Championship field

1Yana Wilson (a)
2Ingrid Lindblad
3Perrine Delacour
4Pauline Roussin-Bouchard
5Adela Cernousek (a)
6Rachel Kuehn (a)
7Megan Schofill (a)
8Chun-Wei Wu (a)
9Ela Anacona (a)
10Lottie Woad (a)
11Melanie Green (a)
12Nelly Korda
13Lilia Vu
14Jin Young Ko
15Amy Yang
16Celine Boutier
17Hannah Green
18Charley Hull
19Rose Zhang
20Yuka Saso
21Minjee Lee
22Atthaya Thitikul
23Hyo Joo Kim
24Brooke M. Henderson
25Ally Ewing
26Lydia Ko
27Megan Khang
28Miyu Yamashita
29Ayaka Furue
30Maja Stark
31Alison Lee
32Allisen Corpuz
33Nasa Hataoka
34Patty Tavatanakit
35Linn Grant
36Haeran Ryu
37Yewon Lee
38Carlota Ciganda
39Angel Yin
40Leona Maguire
41Andrea Lee
42Madelene Sagstrom
43Georgia Hall
44Akie Iwai
45Jin Hee Im
46Sei Young Kim
47Ashleigh Buhai
48Gabriela Ruffels
49Ji Young Park
50Rio Takeda
51Youmin Hwang
52Chanettee Wannasaen
53Hinako Shibuno
54Jennifer Kupcho
55Angela Stanford
56Anna Nordqvist
57Celine Borge
58Gaby Lopez
59A Lim Kim
60Gemma Dryburgh
61Jeongeun Lee6
62Sophia Popov
63Alexa Pano
64Bailey Tardy
65Linnea Strom
66Morgane Metraux
67Trichat Cheenglab
68Diksha Dagar
69Aditi Ashok
70Ana Pelaez Trivino
71Anne van Dam
72Johanna Gustavsson
73Bronte Law
74Alexandra Forsterling
75Manon De Roey
76Chiara Tamburlini
77Shannon Tan
78Marta Martin
79Nicole Broch Estrup
80Sarah Schmelzel
81Lauren Coughlin
82Narin An
83Mi Hyang Lee
84Albane Valenzuela
85Hye-Jin Choi
86Mao Saigo
87Marina Alex
88Yuna Nishimura
89Ryann O’Toole
90Nanna Koerstz Madsen
91Jenny Shin
92Grace Kim
93Ariya Jutanugarn
94Esther Henseleit
95Hira Naveed
96Emily Kristine Pedersen
97Lucy Li
98Peiyun Chien
99Lauren Hartlage
100Moriya Jutanugarn
101Wichanee Meechai
102Minami Katsu
103Cheyenne Knight
104Arpichaya Yubol
105Frida Kinhult
106Yealimi Noh
107Kristen Gillman
108Wei-Ling Hsu
109Jasmine Suwannapura
110Pajaree Anannarukarn
111Auston Kim
112Yan Liu
113Nataliya Guseva
114Paula Reto
115Stephanie Kyriacou
116Jodi Ewart Shadoff
117Yu Jin Sung
118Stephanie Meadow
119Xiaowen Yin
120Savannah Grewal
121Bianca Pagdanganan
122So Mi Lee
123Caroline Inglis
124Elizabeth Szokol
125Jiwon Jeon
126Lindy Duncan
127Ruixin Liu
128Weiwei Zhang
129Azahara Munoz
130Caroline Masson
131Sarah Kemp
132Olivia Cowan

About the author

Sarah Pyett is the Deputy Digital Editor of

Sarah Pyett – Deputy Digital Editor

Sarah Pyett is the Deputy Digital Editor of She specializes in ladies’ equipment reviews, including driversirons, and golf balls.

After a career in a golf professional shop, and earning a qualification in golf club management, Sarah joined Bauer in 2014 as a Web Producer for Today’s Golfer. She has since worked across multiple brands in a mixture of digital marketing and paid media roles, before returning to focus on golf full-time as Deputy Digital Editor in 2024.

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